Livingstone House is a posing Victorian building built around 1870 and comprises a beautiful, converted house standing in an extensive site of approx. 2 acres of land and stunning private gardens, with ample parking opportunities. It has a private vehicular entrance accessed via Beechcroft.
It has been well maintained and is currently used as a religious/community centre with ancillary living accommodation, planned over ground, first and second floors.
The property is located behind a gated entrance fronting Beechcroft, within the heart of Chislehurst, Kent. The surroundings are an affluent, predominantly residential location, with easy access (approx. 1 mile) to Elmstead Wood and Chislehurst Stations.
Total gross internal floor area approx. 16,150 sq ft (1500m²)
Current planning permission us “sui generis mixed use combining use for religious and cultural purposes, religious training and as a place of worship, together with ancillary living accommodation for staff and boarding for members’ children”.
Offers subject to a change of use will be considered.
To be let on a new FR&I lease with terms to be agreed.
Freehold now available on an unconditional purchase, subject to contract.